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Meet our WW1 #trenchteam
Learn from our WW2 Air Raid Precaution (ARP) Warden
See original artefacts, Take part in a drill and speak with the re-enactors
Learn about nearby Kinmel Park Camp and how WW1 affected Gwrych
Children’s crafts in the Chapel, face-painting and local stalls
Refreshments will be available on site.
We are delighted to share our exciting news that the restoration of Gwrych Castle has been chosen as the winning project of the Tesco Bags of Help vote at Tesco, Abergele. Thanks to the invaluable support of local shoppers, Gwrych Castle has received £4,000 to assist funding restoration works to bring the castle back to life.
Our vision is to secure a vibrant and sustainable future for Gwrych Castle and the built structures within its designed landscape, making them appealing, accessible and inspiring places for new and existing audiences to visit, support and enjoy, now and for years to come.
Gwrych Castle is a major landmark in Abergele, and along the North Wales coast, so the desire of The Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust is to include as many local people in the work, restoration and function of the Castle as possible. Diane Woodrow, our Education and Community Engagement Officer, has been busy getting many local people involved. Wednesday 4th July was the culmination of six months of hard work with 16 pupils from years 8&9 at Emrys ap Iwan school.